A co-defendant in Jen Shah’s telemarketing fraud case was denied a reduced sentence by a judge.
The “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star was arrested in 2021 on federal fraud charges stemming from allegations she conspired to commit money laundering and money laundering fraud in the United States. a telemarketing scheme aimed at the elderly.
The other co-defendants were Anthony Cheedie, Chad Allen, Shane Hanna, Cameron Brewster, Kevin Handren, Joseph Ciaccio, Joseph Minetto, Joseph Depaola, Derek Larkin, Joseph Chirico and Mattie Cirilo.
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Larkin was initially sentenced to 72 months plus five years of supervised release. He filed a motion to reduce his sentence.
“Accordingly, the defendant’s motion was denied due to the lack of unusual and persuasive facts as well as the fact that the elements of section 3553(a) did not support his reduction of sentence,” Judge Sidney said. H. Stein issued the verdict.
Jen is still waiting for her time before a judge. She denies all charges against her.